1 chapter / 543 words

Approximately 3 minutes to read


Hi! This is my first entry for the bright places contest! Please enjoy my writing. Please leave helpful, even critical comments, too. Thanks :) Have a good day, lovelies!

Genres: Writing, Drama, Short Story

Tags: brightplaces brightplacescontest

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over 2 years ago Hana said:


Me 1963

over 2 years ago Linda D said:

I felt very uncomfortable reading this, hoping upon hope it wasn't going to end in tragedy. It didn't - beautifully done.


over 2 years ago Izzie said:

Beautiful and rich, a captivating and delightful read- I hope that you can continue it.

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over 2 years ago Nicolette Christiansen said:

This was a delightful swap. I'm glad I had the opportunity to read this. It was easy on my dyslexic mind, which usually doesn't happen. Your description and imagery was amazing. I didn't see any grammatical errors, so your writing was very fluid and polished, enjoyable to read. Great job!!

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over 2 years ago Megan Richmond said:

This short story was frightening. At least, that's how it all started. The ending was beautiful. It was a complete depiction of scars, memories, depression, conflicting feelings, and everything that goes along with it. The metamorphosis that went along with this story was amazing. The feelings of the person, I could feel them too. A reader can really get into this piece. All of your work that I've read so far, really. All I have left to say is that it was truly beautiful.


over 2 years ago Nata said:

Reading this short story was an accurate depiction of what is is like to face things that you have gone through, depression, scars, memories you really don't want to remember. The imagery was fantastic, really made me feel that I was there in the moment.

I do have one thing, could you please continue it? I feel that Metamorphosis, this short story, could be continued even more because there is so much more to write about, like telling the background of what happened before the main character felt like that. Everyone has a story, even in the ones we write :)

Great job :) -Becky

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